Women's Golf finishes third at Palmetto Intercollegiate
Koh (73-66-77) finished in a three-way tie for fourth place at three-over 216, 11 strokes behind individual winner Leigh Whittaker (67-67-71-205) from the College of Charleston. Whittaker was the lone player in the 92-golfer field to finish in red numbers.
Bejgrowicz was 10th overall at plus-seven 220 (72-72-76) after posting 38 pars (sixth-most) in the 54-hole event.
Kennesaw State (282-298-295-875) won the team title in the 18-school event on the par-71, 5912-yard Oak Point layout. Coastal Carolina was second (295-287-298-880), followed by Campbell (299-284-303-886) and Kansas (296-296-295-887). Host College of Charleston (287-291-311-889) tied for fifth place with Morehead State (293-299-297-889).
Other notable team scores were from fellow Atlantic Sun Conference member East Tennessee, which placed ninth (294-298-316-908) and ACC member Miami (302-309-318-929), which tied for 12th.
A junior from Kuantan, Malaysia, Koh broke school 18- and 36-hole records after Monday's second round of five-under 66 left her at 139 entering today's final round. She made two birdies on Tuesday and finished the event with 13, which tied for 3rd-most in the field. She also tied for third in par-three scoring (minus-one) and fifth in par-five scoring (minus-three).
Bejgrowicz, a senior from Lancaster, Pa., also was three-under on the par-five holes. Sophomore Teresa Urquizu finished in a tie for 15th place on the leader board at plus-nine 222 (77-70-75). She played the par-three holes at even par, which tied for the seventh-best total in the field.
Campbell stroked 41 birdies to finish fourth among all teams. CU also had 161 pars, fifth-most in the event. Both of Campbell's first two round team scores marked season lows.
Campbell freshman Kaylin Yost tied for 35th place (77-76-75-228) and had 11 birdies, fifth-highest, while senior Sandra Angulo (77-80-80-237) finished in a tie for 54th place.